Stanford headlines for the week of July 26, 2006

The roads not taken: Creative, economical ways of getting to campus abound

Tiny tremors, temblors may offer clues about large quakes

Barres examines gender, science debate and offers a novel critique

40 students honored last month with Firestone, Golden medals

Honors & Awards

Traveling exhibit showcases Herbert Hoover's humanitarian efforts in Poland

University poised to address grand challenges in physics, national report says

Jeffrey Fisher joins faculty as co-director of Supreme Court clinic

Technology-based learning products to be showcased by students at exposition on July 28 in Wallenberg Hall

Fuller wins Cox Medal for fostering undergraduate research

Reidy to handle all Stanford land issues

Dance fever

Matt Jenkins wins Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism

Managers encouraged to explore options in coping with high indoor temperatures

Camp for children post transplantation

Cyclist's foundation to fund neuro center

Study improves potential of using brainpower to move prostheses

New master's degree program for genetic counseling

Grueling four-day 'adventure race' becomes lab for testing heart muscle fatigue

New animal model offers opportunity to develop therapies for lymphedema

Media monitor

Medical center people

In mice and men, cells age the same

RFID chips could help surgeons avoid leaving sponges in patients, study finds

Ph.D. Orals


University wins third award in a year for efforts to reduce traffic congestion

Benefits of Stanford’s Commute Club

Cardinal Chronicle

New job-applicant tracking system debuts